HIA-LI works with Suffolk IDA to convert the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge into a modernized economic development engine. See the Suffolk IDA’s Opportunity Analysis here….
Click to read the second survey conducted by HIA-LI Board Member, Joe Campolo of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick LLP, which showed that adding more nonstop flights to and from MacArthur Airport could generate $1.3 billion dollars in tourism for the island.
Click here to read about how the HIA-LI celebrated the announcement of Breeze Airways joining Long Island MacArthur Airport. This decision follows a survey conducted by HIA-LI Board Member, Joe Campolo of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick LLP, encouraging more nonstop flights through Long Island MacArthur Airport.
Listen to the recording of LI News Radio interview facilitated by Jay Oliver featuring Terri Alessi-Miceli, President & CEO, HIA-LI. Joe Campolo, Managing Partner, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP and HIA-LI Board Member, and Rich Humann, President & CEO, H2M architects + engineers, and HIA-LI Board Chair discussing how attracting and keeping a talented and educated workforce on Long Island is the region’s greatest priority. Creating affordable housing is the key to that effort and the progress and hurdles to overcome of LI-IPH Revitalization.
Read about how the Suffolk County IDA has helped to create more jobs as of 2018 than the IDAs in any of the state’s other nine regions. Here on the Island, the largest number of new jobs – 12,881 – were created by 137 projects receiving assistance from the Suffolk County IDA.
PRESS RELEASE- January 31, 2020, Solar Milestone at Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge. The Park’s ‘community solar’ strategy enables business, non-profits, and the community to boost their levels of sustainability.
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Through our HIA-LI Solar Initiative Long Island Cares is completing the installation of solar panels on their 35,000 square-foot roof of its headquarters in the LI-IPH. The project is expected to generate 350,000 kilowatt hours of renewable energy annually and 100 percent of it will be directed off-site to serve the electrical needs of households experiencing hardship and food insecurity. This is the first community solar project in the innovation park.
Suffolk County and the HIA-LI hold a press conference to announce the astounding impact the Hauppauge Industrial Park has on the region and strategic steps for growth starting with a name change to the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge.
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“The Hauppauge Industrial Park is the cornerstone of Suffolk County’s economy, plain and simple,” said Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone… To Read the Full Article from Real Estate Weekly.